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While 77 percent of older adults have a cell phone, just 18 percent feel comfortable learning to use the device.
Nev Schulman and Max Joseph from the hit MTV series Catfish: The TV Show are encouraging their fans to teach older adults how to text and use emojis in a new PSA.
"Working on Catfish, Max and I see firsthand just how much people use social media to try and connect with others," said Nev Schulman of MTV's 'Catfish: The TV Show.' "Grandparents Gone Wired is a great opportunity to help older people feel more connected."
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Did it. 3:34.
If you missed it live, check out a clip from my visit to the Huffington Post Studios in NYC:
Thanks to lovely local photographer Gina Volk, I have these great images from my talk at Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois! Also, I'm in the school yearbook...
On November 5th, I will be giving a talk at SUNY-Binghamton. Hope to see ya there!
Watch me cook Catfish with my friend, YouTube star Hannah Hart, below:
EXCITING NEWS! Tomorrow night after an all new episode of Catfish, @angxlhxze and I have a brand new show premiering. It's all about finding ways to help people fix problems in their lives by making a mends with the ones they love. Whether it's a best friend, family member, or long time love, this show tackles the tough issues and reminds us all what's really important. If you know what it's like to have a beef with someone you care about or wish you could have done things differently in the past, this show is for you. Angel and I will also be live-chatting during the show so tweet at us using #MTVtruce or check out my Facebook for a chat thread. Thanks for all your support and see you tomorrow night!